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 â€śMost bacteria are neither helpful or harmful”.?
Please comment on the statement above. Thank you!...


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 Is it true that once you get a staph infection, you have it always, never truly getting rid of it, like mrsa?

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i am talking about the healthcare based mrsa, one that you might get in a ...


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anyone?...


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 Are these HIV symptoms? white dots on tongue, twitches, joints pain, soar throat...?
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 What are the chances of getting a tapeworm from a few bites of a "very rare"/almost raw burger?
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 Do you still think doctors are correct in saying that a blood transfusion will save your life...?
...after reading this article?

http://www.jonbarron.org/heart-health-program/05-12-2008.php
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 My boyfriend has a fever of 103.5?
My boyfriend has a fever of a 103.5 and a bad sore throat. he has taken tylenol and soaked in the tub, the fever will not come down. i think he should go to the ER but he is being stubborn. What do u ...


 What is the risk of HIV infection with HIV positive man when a condon is used?
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 Does anyone know if you can take probiotics at the same time as taking antibiotics.?
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 Low White blood cell count?
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 Chicken pox?
What are signs of chicken pox?...


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My bro already had it and I think he has it again....


 Taking a tb skin test?
what's it like?...


 Have you ever had tonsil stones coming out of your mouth and how many times?
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Can you catch any disease from a public washing machine?
Always been curious. Laundromats can be so dirty these days, you never really know what's there. Especially since you're washing and drying clothes with everyone elses who's used the machine before you. I wish I had my own washer and dryer but I live in an apartment and have no roon for one. Anyone know what types of infections or diseases (std, skin rash, etc) can be caught from a public washing/drying machine if any??
                     





bakkaggenn
No diseases, but you might end up with a rash because of the harshness of the chemicals that you use to wash with.... and if you use chlorine bleach, you are risking future cancer.


mlgable
Why not get a stacking washer and dryer to put in your closet? My brother has those in his apartment.


David M
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Only if you are scr*wing on top of the machine.


momNOK
NO you can not heat kills and you need to always wash in public in HOT water and dry the clothes on high heat


Joleen D
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I saw a show years ago on TV that talked about that subject. They said you can get some viruses from washing your clothes with others. I was living in an apartment at the time and did not have my own washer.

I started using the detergents with bleach. I don't know if this helped or not. I really believe that the dryers are hot enough to prevent you from getting anything.

Anything that you don't put in the dryer I would hand wash at home.


peachiepie
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I suppose you could get flu,bacteria, cold germs, virus,or other air transmitting disease, but you could catch that from just opening a door anywhere as for skin rashes and std's tht poses an interesting question. Maybe under certain conditions.for instance dirty bandages caked with body fluids or blood, washed without soap in cold water and left on top of a machine, and you come along and pick them up and move them for instance, who knows?? Especially if they're still wet and haven't been in the dryer???


iamdav
I don't think diseases would be much of an issue, but a bacterial or fungus issue wouldn't be out of the question - mildew is common in washing machines if the clothes are left in a damp heap too long. This is easy to fix, though - just wash them again and make sure you dry them right away.

Just to be safe, make sure you wash your underwear on the hottest setting, to kill the most germs. Bleach accomplishes this, too, but hot water should kill anything that would cause your skin harm.

I don't claim to be an expert on washer-borne communicable sicknesses, but cancer from using bleach? I think not! As long as you're not drinking the bleach or pouring it on yourself, you'll be fine. The chlorine in bleach evaporates very quickly once the clothes are in the dryer.


You ask, I answer
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no. if clothes are washed in hot water, and dried in a heated dryer, there is no way to catch anything from them. catching a cold from the person next to you, yes, that's possible.


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